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're the guy, you had this great plan, you're going to take obama care out. this plan seems to have come up short. now the conversation seems to have moved on, left you behind. paul ryan puts out this "wall street journal" op-ed, doesn't include oobama care. now we're going to lift the debt cele. would you support paul ryan moving forward to get this debt ceiling resolved without -- >> well, look, van, you're trying hard. i've got to give you credit for that. an awful lot of washington would like to change the subject. an awful lot of washington would like to stop focusing on obama care. but you know who hasn't stopped focusing on it? the american people. the reason the house of representatives has stood strong on obama cash is millions of americans said this isn't woring, it's killing jobs, taking away people's health care, it is not working. and that's what we need to stay focused on. >> well, you were kind of a lone voice on that notice, almost delusional sounding, your entire party is now moving on. your entire party is saying the debt ceiling catastrophe that we are on the verge of doi
it. but if you say obama care, they're against it. that's what we've got to point out. because obama care, the affordable care act is for the middle class. >> all right. going to be an eventful weekend. in terms that i don't think anything is going to happen again, but we're all on watch. congressman gregory meeks, great to have yo with us tonight. appreciate your time. that's "the ed show." "politicsnation" with reverend al sharpton starts right now. good evening, rev. >> good evening, ed. >>> and thanks to you for tuning in. tonight's lead, humble pie time. today's senate republicans drudged up to the white house in the pouring rain crowded in the shuttle buss to ask president obama to help rescue them from the mess their party has created. polls show they're getting crushed for the government shutdown and default crisis. so now they're caving. offering plan after plan to the president hoping for a way out. after the meeting, the republicans weren't real interested in talking to reporters. >> senator cruz! >> republicans are crumbling. the talks are heating up. now some repor
. >> to say. >> i had a phone call with the president of the united states. >> i loathe you. president obama, speaker boehner, finally picking up the phone and talking. but did they solve anything? >> i'm not budging when it comes to the full faith and credit of the united states. >> i was disappointed that the president refuses to negotiate. >> guess not. both emerged ready to spit more sound bites about how stubborn the other guy is. >> we can't afford these manufactured crises every few months. >> this isn't about me. and frankly it's not about republicans. >> don't work up a sweat, guys. save that for the exclusive congressional gyms that are still open while hundreds of thousands of federal workers go without a paycheck. this is "shutdown showdown." >>> welcome to this special half hour of cnn "shutdown showdown." i'm jake tapper. your government still exists but it's running on a hand-cranked generator. now night eight of the partial government shutdown. within a week from now the u.s. will hit its debt ceiling after which it will run out of money to pay all its bills. if you squint ha
the premise that the republicans are responsible. it's over obama care and over the other issues. you cannot get president obama to the table unless you use these levering points. you say lets do it in the course of business, but he never does it. >> there's a budget on the table that significance any guys that. >> they finally passed one budget after not doing it for four years. obama has said on letterman and other shows that the debt is not that big of a deal. >> i'm still confused. because there's a budget on the table in congress that the senate passed that house also passed their budget. they've wanted to get together to negotiate. the republicans have said no. so a budget has been passed. in terms of the deficits, they are going to be cut in half by the end of this year. >> no thanks to obama. >> big thanks to obama. >> for things he inherited and our spending is at record lows. so look, all of these things are being done. this isn't about spending. if it was about spending we would have already had a deal. this is about obama care. >> obama care is spending. >> defaults. defaults. do
republicans returned from the white house after making president obama an offer to raise the debt ceiling for a six-week period in exchange for further negotiations about the nation's debt. if the limit on the debt ceiling is not raised within a week, the government will not have all the money it needs to pay all of the bills after that. now, president obama did not immediately say why to the gop offer, but he didn't say no, either. in fact, the white house called it quote a good meeting, which is practically a group hug compared to the tenor of the rhetoric leading up to this. but even if a deal is reached on the debt ceiling, what about reopening the government? a democratic source familiar with tonight's white house meeting tells our jim acosta that the president doubled down or tripled down or qaudrupled down. it's hard to keep track at this point. on his position on this partial government shutdown. no concessions for reopening the government, he said. joining me to talk about these late-night negotiations is republican congressman steve sutherland of florida who was a member of the
to obama care and of course the upcoming debt limit. no topic is off limits. now the debate begins. >> he know s my phone number. all he has to do is call. >> game on. >> they are forcing the american people to buy a product that they do not want and cannot afford. >> the speaker appses the call of conservatives. >> it's irresponsible of the president and his men to talk about default. >> the man leading the charge against the take it or leave it approach is minute ace way. >> there is no reason to default. >> anybody signed up for obama care yet? nobody? >> even hollywood is losing hope. tonight we'll take you to the front lines of obama care and speak to real doctors about the life-changing impacts of the law. an all new "hannity" starts right here, right now. >> less than two hours we'll reach the one-week anniversary of the obama/reid shutdown and six days into this stalemate there is no end in sight. today president obama had this message for house republicans. take a look. >> we are not going to negotiate under the threat of further harm to our economy and middle class families. we
that they're not cited for impeded traffic. it's their way of demonstrating against the obama administration and congress not because of the budget impasse, but for a variety of grievances. >> ain't nobody that wants anything violent to happen. everybody's talking about we need a revolution. we need a peaceful revolution. >> everybody knows about the crosby stills nash song. four dead in ohio. how about the four dead in benghazi. >> stay out of the our health care. let the doctors handle that. don't get into things they don't understand. >> so, you see they have a variety of issues they're upset about. mr. johnson was cited by maryland state police for going 39 miles per hour. virginia state police say they've had no issues since this morning. >> sherry, have you seen many more truckers for the cause this morning? >> well, allison and sarah, we have not seen a whole lot of those truckers coming through. we understand they're up around the beltway area, but given the numbers, they may be very easy to miss if you're out there. no impact on traffic so far. >> the biggest issue out here has been
a conversation. >> we're going to have a conversation right here on the five in the a block. president obama said he's very willing to talk and talk and it never seemed to end. did you think he said anything different today? >> he kind of alluded to it yesterday, he said, listen, i'm ready to talk, negotiate, everything's on the table. first, two things have to happen. you have to fund the government and give me the debt ceiling, give me a trillion more on the debt ceiling the only two things the republicans have been holding out, the only two bargaining chips. president obama is willing to deal as long as he gets his way first. a lot of wish fful thinking of e republicans. president obama back to the blame game, arcesonists, rants, esset ra. what needs to happen, republicans have to stay firm up to the debt ceiling. my gut is we will get right around that day and all of a sudden both sides will come to the table and some agreement, whether medical device tax issue or maybe some movement on entitlements, maybe raising the retirement age, something where the republicans can go back and say, look w
the debt crisis and avoid economic disaster could be just days away. both president obama and house gop leaders are said to be upbeat about their white house meeting, they called it useful, and the early makings of a republican plan to raise the debt limit. this is really the first glimmer of progress in weeks. markets surged on the positive tone. the dow soared to its biggest one-day gains of the year. take a look, here is the potential turning point in that meeting last night. multiple sources say the whole dynamic changed when obama and republican congressman paul ryan began engaging. ry ryan implored the president to find a way to work with republicans. another gop house leader reminded everyone behind the closed doors if they do not emerge with some good news, the u.s. stock markets would plummet. they did come out and said the meetings were useful. the question for cnn's brianna keilar at the white house is this -- is "very useful" the same thing as eminent? >> i wouldn't exactly go that far. that's possible but they're very cautious. deal has not been struck the timing of a bill
to set the record straight. the obama/reid shutdown. rising tensions. americans losing trust in elected leaders. this happened because of one thing only -- obama care. over the next hour with the help of the studio audience made up of distinguished guests and experts from both sides of the aisle we'll explain why. since washington won't have an honest conversation, we will right here on this show. >> i want to be absolutely crystal clear. any bill that defunds obama care is dead. >> the lights are out in washington. >> refusing the to negotiating, harry reid and the president are putting our country on a dangerous path. >> we are not going to bow to tea party anarchists. >> d.c. is closed for business because of oh obama care. >> this is playing with fire. legislative arsonists are at work. >> rising sentiment in the country to throw the bums out. >> if all the president wants is to drag us over there to say he won't negotiate that's not productive. >> tonight we debate the impact of the corner stone of the government's domestic policy agenda. >> if you like your health care plan, you
of optimism. good evening. >> bret, good evening. president obama and speaker boehner had a late afternoon phone call and both sides said they agreed to keep working to find a deal. a more hopeful tone after several weeks of heated rhetoric over the government shutdown. that after house republicans offered to increase the debt ceiling for six weeks and reopen the government in exchange for spending cuts and entitlement reform. but house republicans waiting for a white house response to their offer, a spokesman for speaker john boehner said "any house vote on a short-term debt limit bill is contingent on the white house and house republicans agreeing to negotiations on a larger fiscal framework." senate republicans have their own plan, which would fund the government at sequester levels for a year and give agencagenci more flexibility under the cuts. also include repealing the medical device tax and measures to prevent obama care fraud. today gop leaders sounded interested in a deal. >> let's put this hysterical talk of default behind us and instead start talking about finding solutions to
-- >> the man leading the charge to defund obama care gets shouted down by far left activists at a conservative event. but at the time cruz may have the last laugh. >> i'm actually glad that the president's whole political staff is here instead of actually doing mischief in the country. >> we'll have the latest on the showdown in d.c. >>> we're going to do a challenge. i'm going to try and download every movie ever made. and you are going to try to sign up for obama care, we'll see which happens first. >> okay. >> anger over the obama care rollout is boiling over. and now republicans are demanding answers on what they call an inexcusable mess. just how bad is it? oh, it's bad. we'll have a special report. >>> don't i have free speech, sir? >> and a college campus bans a student from passing out copies of the constitution on constitution day. how'd that happen? >> you have to go through the rules and regulation that is have been set. >> but why are there rules and regulations set on free speech? >> now the student is fighting back in court. we'll have that story. >>> caution! this is my finger.
the record straight. the obama/reid shutdown. rising tensions. americans losing trust in elected leaders. this happened because of one thing only -- obama care. over the next hour with the help of the studio audience made up of distinguished guests and experts from both sides of the aisle we'll explain why. since washington won't have an honest conversation, we will right here on this show. >> i want to be absolutely crystal clear. any bill that defunds obama care is dead. >> the lights are out in washington. >> refusing the to negotiating, harry reid and the president are putting our country on a dangerous path. >> we are not going to bow to tea party anarchists. >> d.c. is closed for business because of oh obama care. >> this is playing with fire. legislative arsonists are at work. >> rising sentiment in the country to throw the bums out. >> if all the president wants is to drag us over there to say he won't negotiate that's not productive. >> tonight we debate the impact of the corner stone of the government's domestic policy agenda. >> if you like your health care plan, you will be
to the deadline pretty fast to next week but does it sound like president obama and speaker john boehner are ready to sing yet. >> we can't make extortion part of routine for the democracy. >> what the president said today if there is uncondition l surrenderer he'll talk to us. that's not the way it works. >> tonight i'll talk to the real people who are paying the pretty awful price for that lack of work. two congresswoman go head-to-head on capitol hill. plus my power panel of experts and i mean surging power tonight, josh bower, kelly an and more and democrats may not be talking yet but we most certainly are. hopefully, we can get answers before the end of the show. begin with the breaking news. a tiny morse l of hope slithered it's way into washington d.c. is it hope? can i dare to dream? >> you can dare to dream all you want but i don't want you to have the hopes crushed as soon as you get them up, piers, because we seen movies like this before in washington. here is what i'm hearing from sen senor republicans in the house, what they heard from the president today, maybe what they wanted to he
, president obama wrapped a news conference at the white house and reiterated his position on the partial government shutdown and the debt ceiling. he is perfectly ready to sit down and talk with republicans just as soon as they pass a clean temporary spending bill to reopen the government without any strings attached to obama care funding, and a clean bill to raise the debt ceiling which the u.s. will hit next week. if, this is a big if, if congress were to pass those measures, they could very well be short term, maybe just a few weeks long. president obama was asked about that possibility and here's that exchange. >> if that happens, does your offer to negotiate with them on issues like health care and spending and deficit reduction still stand in the intervening weeks, perhaps six weeks or ten or 12? >> absolutely. what i've said is i will talk about anything. the only thing that i will say is that we're not going to pay a ransom for america paying its bills. >> that may not be much but it's something. the president seems open to signing short term bills but a senior republican source
. and president obama will talk later this hour and take questions. how are you doing? ! great to see you. i am allyson camerota. we are learning a plan to work on all of this. mike emmanuel is on capitol hill. hi, mike. >> hi, alley, the house is set to negotiate and vote to have people paid on time. they will have ten republicans and half from the house and senate and it will meet to discuss the debt ceiling and other fiscal matters. house speaker john boehner said it is time to talk. >> refusing to negotiate is unteinable position. and refusing to negotiate harry reid and the president are putting our country on a dangerous path. there is never been a president in our history who did not negotiate on the debt limit. never, not once. today speaker boehner and president obama spoke by phone. the president said he will not negotiate on a government funding bill or debt limit increase. mr. obama offered to negotiate after the government is reopened and the debt limit is raised. as from the latest offer from house republicans, a leading house democrat who served on the original committee doesn't
the news is not the news. the poll results are just what, quote, an awful lot of obama supporters have to say. listen to this. >> if you seek out liberal obama supporters and ask their views, they're going to tell you they're liberal obama supporters. that does not reflect where the american public are. >> i award the first-ever karl rove award. people with facts the loss of political innocence simply deny the facts as presented. rove did it to his own election analysis team at fox. cruz is now doing it to the wall street journal and nbc. it's called blaming the messenger. meanwhile, back in the real world, the president must decide how to deal with the changing republican positions. if they offer a clean six week debt extension bill but refuse to reopen the government, does he sign it? if they do both, does he sign it? even though it brings the ransom problem back before thanksgiving. and what if the house republicans decide to extend the debt limit, reopen the government, but add a provision requiring some debt reduction. the whole idea of a six week extension to simply create more t
is not the news. the poll results are just what, quote, an awful lot of obama supporters have to say. listen to this. >> if you seek out liberal obama supporters and ask their views, they're going to tell you they're liberal obama supporters. that does not reflect where the kun industry. >> i award the first-ever karl rove award. to raphael edward cruz of texas. it singles out those who win face with bad political facts or the loss of political innocence simply deny the facts as presented. rove did it to his own election analysis team at fox. cruz is now doing it to the wall street journal and nbc. it's called blaming the messenger. meanwhile, back in the real world, the president must decide how to deal with the changing republican positions. if they offer a clean six week debt extension bill but refuse to reopen the government, does he sign it? if they do both, does he sign it? even though it brings the ransom problem back before thanksgiving. and what if the house republicans decide to extend the debt limit, reopen the government, but add a provision requiring some debt reduction. or limi
's -- >> now, no obama care on the table in anyway shape or form, right? >> there's a tax in -- that's apparently in this agreement that the labor unions didn't like, it's called a reassurance tax, that would be postponed or cancelled. we'll have to see. >> do you know what that is? >> i know it costs the union members something every month, 83 dollars or something like that is what i understand to be the case. but we have -- i'd like to see this in a fuller context before i -- >> it's a little picayune thing -- >> don't be surprised tomorrow if we find out more about this plan. i think the broad -- >> all the chaos the last few weeks about funding obama care and the mandate, that's all gone? that all goes away? >> no. well, bill, remember, this has first got to get through the senate. and then it's got to get through the house. there's no certainty it probably could pass the senate. >> i'm talking about reid and mcconnell, we have no indication there's any give on the single person payment or anything like that? it's probably not even -- they're probably going to avoid it? >> yeah,
up for obama care yet? even hollywood is now losing hope. tonight, we'll take you to the frontlines of obama care and speak to real doctors about the life-changing impacts of this law. an all new "hannity" starts right now. >> we will reach the one-week anniversary of the obama rf reid shut doup and six day into the stalemate. barack obama has this message for house republicans. let's take a look. >> we're not going to negotiate under the threat of further arm to our economy and middle class families. we're not going to negotiate under the threat of a prolonged shutdown until republicans get 100% of what they want. if republicans and speaker boehner say there's not enough votes, then they should prove it. let the bill go to the floor and see what happens. just vote. let every member of the congress phototheir conscious and they can determine whether or not they want to shut the government down. >> just yesterday, the speaker of the house slammed the door on obama's no negotiating strategy. here's what he said. >> the votes aren't in the house to pass a clean debt limit. and the pres
of gutsy tea party backed reps who are doing exactly what their base elected them to do. fight obama care at all costs. obama care launched tuesday anyway amid massive glitches. here's america's ceo on the number of obama care enrollees in week one. >> how many people signed up for insurance this week? >> i don't have the numbers were et. >> you don't have the numbers? really, sir? can you imagine apple not knowing how many iphone 5s were sold? the number was 9 million in the first three days. almost 3 million of you watched "the five's" last show. wonder why the president doesn't know. should we rename it obama doesn't care? how did obama do on rolling out week one? "saturday night live." the five wants to know. president "o," a winner or loser? >> loser, the obama care website, with technical issues because of too much web traffic. you can't campaign on the fact millions don't have health care and then be surprised that millions don't have health care. how could you not be ready? that's like 1800 flowers getting caught off guard by valentine's day. >> his name's on it. he has no idea ho
and require cabinet members and members of congress to live being covered by obama care. after talking to the republican members speaker boehner chose his words carefully. >> there are a lot of opinions, and no decision of what we will do. we'll work with our members on both sides of the aisle to make sure that there is no issue of default and get our government reopened. >> reporter: this comes as senate harry reid and mitch mcconnell are working to reopen the government and extend the debt ceiling and reid doesn't like the house alternative and called it extreme. >> this is so disappointing. on the eve of financial destruction for this great country and that's what it is. to appease a small group of people over there, i am so disappointed. >> reporter: about the senate talks white house spokesman jay carney said they are far from a deal and all eyes are on the house to see if they have the votes to pass the measure. >> thank you, mike. >> we are 15 days in the shutdown now. the house passed 15 mini spending bills and the senate refused to act on them. despite thatment the grand canyo
made this all about their extreme and wreckless tactics, not about obama care. speaker boehner is, as we are sitting here today, frantically looking for way out. if ted cruz becomes the face of the republican party, the republicans will not have majority for the forseeable future. >> we'll separate this out from the election that is about what, less than a year away. and divorce it from there. because politicians don't think in terms of who is going to take over the government or who is going to win the election. they are thinking about president obama, right? >> they don't want a gun to their head, as the president said. he isn't going to negotiate under these terms. >> the republican party was able to excite its base not seen in years in 2009, going into the 2010 midterm elections and the risk they are playing with now is that they could do this again. and they could use, the american voters will forget the nasty politics that have gone on here and remember that the g.o.p. took a principle stand against obama's program. the other thing that is going on right now is that thing
not taken a stance on tying the continuing resolution to obama care. they should focus on tightening the budget, cushing kronyism and eliminating mandates. well, the koch brothers aren't alone. howard fineman wrote michael needham wrote the -- a new a gallup poll shows that the republican party is viewed positively by 28%. it's gallup's lowest favorable rating measured for either party in history. of course the democrats aren't greater, but they have a much better 43% rating. they are going down, if you don't mind the phrase out there, in the toilet, and they're starting to gurgle. and we're hearing the gurgling sounds first from the koch brothers. because money is generally smart. paul ryan is also saying stop trying to tie together something the president won't give on. health care. and the debt ceiling, which we all have to agree to. >> they're all related, chris. and of course the koch brothers are major funders of heritage and heritage action whose leader i quote in the story today. >> yeah. tell us about it. >> well, i think it's significant because mike needham says let's not
obama will nominate dr. janet yellen as the next chair of the federal reserve. let's go to steve gleason. this is not a shocking surprise, is it? >> no. the surprise is it took so long to get here. for a while larry summers withdrew his nomination. janet yellen was the odds on favorite. larry summers was in front in the summer and now it's back to janet yellen. now it's official. at 3:00 tomorrow president obama in the east room will make the announcement. ben bernanke will be there. janet yellen will be there and they'll announce that janet yellen is the first female ever nominated to be the fed chair. >> i'm glad of that. steve, let me ask you. i know it's right off the top of your head. will there be any changes in a janet yellen fed? >> i don't think so. i don't think there will be a big change, larry. i think janet has generally supported the policies that the fed has. i think she's felt for a long time that high levels of unemployment have necessitated high levels of federal reserve stimulus and i also know that she would probably be a person to run the committee very much like a c
friendly to president obama, but he sidestepped them yesterday. smart move? >> well, i think that a lot of reporters right before a press conference, they'll talk a big game before the press conference. and they'll strut their stuff down the hallway about how they're going to ask the president this or that. then they get in the room. what i found is that even though questions can be hard-edged, they're typically fairly respectful. that type of question that you saw just there, i don't remember ever getting one kind of like that. thank you so much for asking, you know, if i would have asked that question, i would have just asked it in that way. >> in fact, i did ask that question. thank you for reading it. >> i just love it. i think that reporters are somewhat intimidated when the president comes in the room. i don't understand why, in the sixth year of a presidency, that is the case. he's been in the briefing room several times and doesn't even take their questions. it is an interesting move to decide to use a television medium to go into the white house press briefing room and then not
word that did not appear in this op-ed -- obama care. remember obama care? that's the reason we have this government shutdown? house speaker john boehner returned to the floor of the house to focus on obama care. >> what a train wreck? how can we tax people for not buying a product on a website that doesn't work? how can you give big businesses a tax break and leave hard-working families out in the cold? >> there's one area of some seeming agreement to report today. the pentagon made a deal with the charity fisher house to restore death benefits families of fallen servicemen. more on that later in the show, but let's turn back to this new potential house gop plan. can it gain traction in the senate? let's bring in republican senator pat toomey of pennsylvania. he also serves on the senate budget committee. thanks for being here. do you think at this point the only way out of this is some sort of big grand bargain type of deal, such as the one i described earlier in the show? >> i think a big grand bargain is quite unlikely, jake. honestly, i think the biggest problem is the president
? if i'm president barack obama i would go out there and say not just for pr purposes, because it's the right thing to do, let's make this happen. you know what he did do this week. he allowed illegals to protest on the national mall. that needed white house approval. he gave funding to egypt with his executive pen, signed the dream act. did a lot of executive orders. he doesn't want to do this for some reason. we don't know when he learned about it. >> he cut money to egypt. >> he sent money. >> we've seen a lot of deliberate punitive actions over the last couple of weeks escorting people out, putting up barriers. is it wrong to see this as punitive or simply incompetent? >> there's a problem. you could look at it both ways. the environment we're in, you're going to say they did it on purpose or didn't. i don't understand. talking about incompetent, this is how you could have handled it. as soon as they heard about this. call the white house lawyers, say this is what's going on. then they could have said we it's solved.lem over the no problem. instead they continued to rub the sp
republicans met with president obama this evening and in just a moment two lawmakers who were inside that room will tell you exactly what happened behind closed doors. do the gop hold the line for the future of the country? we better pray they did. >> it's time for these negotiations and this conversation to begin. >> we cannot waste more time. >> republicans summoned to the white house. >> we hope the president will choose negotiation and dialogue. >> obama care is off to a great start. fox news hates it. >> liberal lunatics spiral out of control. >> the word is treason. the trees thousand john boehner. >> cutting through the lies. >> thanks for having me. >> elisabeth hasselbeck on fire. >> this is the worst nickname given to anything in the history of the nation. >> all of that and tavis smiley. "hannity" starts right here, right now. >>> here's the latest. a group of 20 republicans met with president obama at the white house after the closed door t meeting was done house speaker john boehner and other lawmakers left without speaking to reporters. what duds this mean ? joining me now two of
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